In light of the government’s recent announcements of a new surgical strategy aimed at reducing wait times for hip and knee operations and improving operating room efficiencies across the province, BCNU Acting President Christine Sorensen would like to know more about their plans to staff this initiative.
SCAMS: callers purporting to be from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) are again, or still, targeting residents.
Canada’s approach to health policy is much more restrictive than in other developed countries with more successful universal health-care systems, notably on the use of the private sector and patient cost-sharing, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.
Believe it or not, there's a National Password Day.
Better Business Bureau serving Mainland BC is proud to present the second annual National Password Day, on March 15, 2017.
This initiative, part of National Fraud Prevention Month, is an opportunity to remind businesses and consumers of the importance of password security.
The cries of concern from some are startling, but BC is only catching up to the rest of the country by eliminating the Medical Services Plan and replacing it with the new Employer Health Tax (EHT).
Here’s what you need to know about the tax:
When times are tough, governments like to spin bad news budgets as a call for every segment of society to share in the pain.
Rarely, when times are good, do they set out a blueprint to share the gain, something the last government paid dearly for.
A 37-year-old Maple Ridge man has been charged for allegedly engineering romantic relationships in order to steal substantial amounts of money. Coquitlam RCMP is releasing Reza Moeinian’s photo because there are likely more victims who have not yet spoken to police and we need to further the investigation.
Thinking of going electric with your next car? The BC government is encouraging that, with rebates on installing charging stations at private homes, multi-family units, and even workplaces.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) welcomes the announcement in Budget 2018 that significant new funds will be earmarked to protect Canada’s nature, parks, wild spaces, and species at risk.
In the midst of serious concerns over Canada’s economic prospects, and challenges emerging from the United States, Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s 2018 federal budget does nothing to address these problems.